The Bedford Handbook

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The Bedford Handbook
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The Bedford Handbook, Seventh Edition
Author Diana Hacker
Country United States
Language English
Genre Non-Fiction
Publisher Bedford/St.Martin's
Publication date
2009 (8 ed.)
Media type Paperback and Hardcover
ISBN 0-312-65269-0
OCLC 62584120
808/.042 22
LC Class PE1408 .H277 2006

The Bedford Handbook is a guide written by Diana Hacker, now in its eighth edition, that provides basic explanations of proper English grammar, composition, citation, and textual analysis. The guide includes a number of sample texts (including essays) and illustrations throughout its sections. The Bedford Handbook contains guides to the MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles and includes examples of each style in essay form. The book is paired with a companion website that has exercises and more writing models. The hardback is 820 pages and the paperback is 960 pages and are published by Bedford/St. Martin's.

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